Just a week ago ghosted the release date of the Soulslike reboot Lords of the Fallen through the internet, which was only a leak.
In the meantime, publisher CI Games and developer Hexworks have drawn consequences from the information leak and revealed the official release date, which coincides with the date already known: On October 13th you may therefore on the PC, the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X | S clang the swords and let the blood flow.
Lords of the Fallen: Between the Knight’s Castle and the Den of Hell
Along with the release day, the makers finally revealed that First Gameplay to Lords of the Fallen, which is intended to give you a foretaste of the Soulslike, which will appear nine years after the original. A good four minutes can be seen on the YouTube channel of the international colleagues from IGN.
While the beginning is devoted to a cutscene in which three companions are given the task of overthrowing the demon god Ardyr, the rest of the gameplay reveal offers a few extravagant landscape shots and mainly shield-breaking brawls. While talking about the musical accompaniment can certainly argue with Iron Maiden, the optical mixture should be Dark Souls and Bloodborne cause a pleasant shiver for genre fans.
Playfully, one also orientates oneself on the big role models: The predominantly in melee The clashes that take place with armored knights and nightmarish creatures are loosened up by powerful spells and special attacks. They are not only used when exploring the dark levels, but also in the boss fights typical of the genre.
If you already have respect for them, whether because of the gameplay video or personal experience, you should be happy that you in Lords of the Fallen you can assign your own checkpoints. However, the additional beacons cost money rare resourcesso the placements need to be carefully considered.